David Warner starred with the bat as Australia beat Pakistan by six wickets in a one-off T20 International in Dubai on Sunday night. Warner (53 not out) starred brought up his 50 runs with an impressive switch-hit for six. Australia's triumph is their biggest in terms of wickets over Pakistan in T20Is, surpassing the three-wicket win at Gros Islet on May 14, 2010. (Scorecard)
Although Glenn Maxwell put in a Man-of-the-Match performance picking up three early wickets to put Pakistan on the back foot, it was Warner's power hitting that stole the show. Warner recorded his 11th fifty in T20Is. It was his second against Pakistan.
Warner's tally of 11 fifties is an Australian record in T20Is, bettering Shane Watson's tally of 10. Warner's aggregate of 1444 (average 29.46) in 52 matches is an Australian record in T20Is. Warner took his sixes' tally to 66, emulating an Australian record, held by Shane Watson.